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Memorial Day Food & Wine Pairings!

May 21, 2013

Memorial Day is coming quickly, are you hosting friends or family?  Make it easy on yourself, order our prepackaged Spring 4-Pack, 15% OFF our newest releases until the end of May(25% OFF for Wine Club Members)!  We have also included below (thanks to a wonderful Wine Club Member) recipes that pair perfectly with the wines!  […]

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Food & Wine Pairing – NADIA Sauvignon Blanc & Sweet & Sour Pork

March 20, 2013

There’s nothing more that we love than a food & wine pairing that is perfectly in balance.  High acid wines with sweet and savory foods.  Check out our latest pairing – NADIA Sauvignon Blanc with sweet & sour pork, we think you’ll be calling your local Chinese restaurant tonight..

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Fall Food & Wine Pairing

October 10, 2012

It’s officially Fall!  You know what that means, time for the weather to cool down, the leaves to change color and the hearty, Fall-inspired dishes to show themselves.  We have many wines here at Laetitia that pair well with festive Fall and Holiday dishes, one of which is our delicious white Rhône blend, NADIA White.  […]

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It’s Chardonnay Day!

May 24, 2012

It’s International Chardonnay Day!  What does that mean?  Today is the day we celebrate  the wonderfully diverse grape that hails from Burgundy, France, but can grow just about anywhere-Chardonnay!  Although Chardonnay is at it’s best on the rolling slopes of Bourgogne, it is also commonly found in California, Oregon, Washington, Australia, South Africa, South America […]

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Valentine’s Day Food & Wine Pairing

February 10, 2012

Looking for a food & wine pairing sure to satisfy your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day?  Bubbly and chocolate covered fruit is a no-brainier.  See why we just adore this pairing of 2008 Laetitia Brut de Blancs Sparkling Wine and milk chocolate covered strawberries!  (This wine also received 91 Points from Wine Enthusiast Magazine!)    

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